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technology. but couldn't do it in time. they said by june 1st. travelers will only see machines that have atr that allow for faster threw put and faster lanes for the traveler and enhanced security. the tsa's move here makes sense. >> the fourth amendment requires that you can't be searched or seized and obviously the scanner is not a warrant. they are making it in line with the fourth amendment and not a violation of people's rights. >> back in march house transportation committee chair said the tsa was spending a lot of money for scanners that he didn't think were keeping >> it is going for unfortunately theater security and not real security and we have to stop paying that price before we pay a huge proprietary with another successful attack by terrorist . >> tsa is still going to use full body scanners that create generic images of bodies, but travelers have always been able to opt out if they prefer a pat down. >> lesser of two evils. a lot of people will be happy about the news. >> thank you very much. all right. >> to get that call, two partings. one, step down as chairman and stay on
to use the technology, for example, they should not be able to ask people to "voluntarily" turn over fingerprints because when an officers and you to voluntarily do something it is never truly voluntarily. >> one day the police department would like to see a criminal database set up to check regular citizens' identity but they add it it is not ready for that. >>heather: supreme court justice sotomayor making a trip to new york city for a book signing event for the new book "my beloved world." this is video just in to fox news. it would not be so big a deal but the vice president had to reschedule his swearing in this morning to fit around the justices' scheduled book signing. >>gregg: i cannot swear in the president of the united states because i have a book signing like "i have to shampoo my hair." there are eight other juts diswhose could have. >> why do you think the white house decided to make the move that way? >>gregg: well...i have an idea but i probably should not say. health we leave it to your imagination. or tweet us what you think. a lot can change in four years, the firs
back in june that all scanning machines need the target recognition or technology that produces the more vague images. tsa by june 1st travelers will only see machines that have atr that allow for faster tlu put, faster lanes for the traveler. they paid them $40 million for their machines and rapid scan has to take them out at their own expense. >> fourth amendment says you can't be searched or seized or person can't be accepted without a warrant. what they are doing is pulling back here is making something that is in line with the fourth amendment and not in violation of people's rights. >> the khair man of the house committee john mica he didn't even know the if the controversial machines worked. >> there is a lot of hard earned tax money going for unfortunately theater security. >> reporter: they are still going to useful body scanners that create generic images but they point out that travelers can opt out of the body scan with a pat down if they prefer. >> heather: you are really disappointed. >> gregg: it's my only attempt at exhibitionism, little joys in life. all right.
. but the companies couldn't outfit with the new automated atr technology by deadline. by june, they'll only see imageries with faster output and legal experts say this move hines up with the basic constitutional rights of travelers. >> the fourth amendment requires you cannot be searched or seized, your person can't be searched without a warrant and obviously this scan ser not a warrant. what they're doing is pulling back and making something that is in line with the fourth amendment and not in violation of people's rights. >> there was steady opposition to the scanners the entire time they were used partly because they use x-rays, but mostly for privacy reasons. and then the house transportation committee said that the tsa was spending a lot of money for scanners, didn't think were keeping flyers very safe. >> a lot of hard-earned taxpayer money going for, unfortunately, theater security and not real security and we've got to stop paying that price before we pay a huge price with another attack, successful attack by terrorists. >> reporter: and the tsa is still going to use some full body sca
-ray machines after congress demanded new technology that allowed for less revealing body images that didn't violate people's privacy. the company that makes the scanners says it could not comply with that demand. >> arthel: baseball hall of famer earl weaver has died. he won nearly 1500 games as manager of the baltimore orioles. a cause of death has not been determined. weaver was 82. >> rick: it is a monumental task cleaning up the coast line after super storm sandy. the ocean depositing about four feet of sand in some areas on long island. the huge mounds of sand and debris are being removed with a highly specialized piece of equipment. anna kooiman joining us from long beach, new york with the latest. hi. >> step in the right direction, actually following super storm sandy between four and 14 feet of sand in some places covered the streets here 'cause more than a month to clean up and pile up into what has now been dubbed mount sandy. crews are using utility side shifts to put the sand back on the shore to get it beautiful for tourism season and healthy in the event of the next bad sto
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